Flutter Entertainment Brings Delahunty as Head of Corporate Communications

Flutter Entertainment Brings Delahunty as Head of Corporate Communications

In Summary:

  • Flutter has tapped Kate Delahunty as its new corporate head of communications
  • The exec will report to the company’s CFO and present results to shareholders
  • Delahunty has extensive experience in similar positions over the last years

Flutter Entertainment has made a change to its executive lineup with the appointment of Kate Delahunty as its group corporate communications director. As part of her new job, Delahunty will be operating out of Hammersmith, London, and focus on corporate, digital, sustainability, and financial operations within the company’s communications division.

Delahunty Part of Flutter’s New Growth Story

She will also be tasked with reporting and presenting financial results to the company’s shareholders and becomes the latest addition to the company’s growing lineup of executives who focus on building a sustainable and responsible future for the gambling industry.

Delahunty will work directly under Flutter Entertainment CFO Jonathan Hill. Commenting on her appointment, the new executive said that the company is known for some of the world’s best gaming and betting brands and that she was excited to contribute to the Flutter family.

By joining Flutter at this junction, Delahunty believes that she can play a part in the company’s next chapter of growth. She also has the experience to bring to the fore with the executive previously working at Lloyds Register as a global brand and corporate affairs director. She was part of the Vodafone team before that and held a stint as SVP of corporate communications with DP World as well.

Welcoming her on board, Hill said that he was pleased to see Delahunty join the team and extolled her qualities and accomplishments:

“She is a highly experienced professional, with an impressive track record in brand and reputation management for global businesses to help achieve their strategic objectives.”

Flutter Entertainment CFO Jonathan Hill

Flutter confirmed that it would work towards a more sustainable future for its business operations in February.